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What’s on in East Dunbartonshire

The diverse and scenic landscape of East Dunbartonshire make it perfect for cyclists and walkers. Serious walkers should try the West Highland Way, which starts in Milngavie and finishes 95 miles away at the foot of Ben Nevis. For more casual walkers, Mugdock Country Park has 750 acres of unspoilt countryside for you to explore. There’s golfing and fishing, and cruising on the restored and re-opened Forth and Clyde Canal, along with fascinating galleries, museums and historic Roman sites.

area highlights

26th April 2014, East Dunbartonshire:

Come to Meadowburn Primary Car Boot Sale and bag a bargain at our car boot - or buy a pitch to make some money.

23rd April - 17th May 2014, Dalmuir:

Don’t miss this exhibition from Rebecca Glen and Susan Laws.

14th June 2014, East Dunbartonshire:

This is a great day out for families, with lots of attractions and events including, running, heavy weights, wrestling and highland dance.

Year-round, East Dunbartonshire:

This fantastic facility features 750 acres of unspoilt countryside, a castle, a small loch, woodland walks and cafeteria.

Year-round, Milngavie:

Purpose-built in 1961, the gallery owes its existence to local banker and artist Robert Lillie (1867-1949), who left a substantial number of his own artworks as well as funds to build the gallery.

Year-round, Kirkintilloch:

The Auld Kirk is the principal museum for East Dunbartonshire.

Year-round, East Dunbartonshire:

The Forth & Clyde Canal passes through East Dunbartonshire from east to west.

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